Callirhoë involucrata var. lineariloba
Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadelphia 14: 161. 1862.
Stems decumbent to weakly erect, 0.5–8 dm. Leaves: stipules 2.5–11.5 × 1.5–7 (–9) mm; blade 1–8 × 1–9 (–12) cm, sinuses between lobes of cauline leaves extending to within 2–5 mm of petiole. Involucellar bractlets 4.5–10 (–13.5) × 0.5–2 mm. Petals reddish purple with white basal spot, white, or mauve with white margins, 1.4–3.5 cm (male sterile 1–2 cm). Mericarps glabrous or hairy, hairs simple. 2n = 28, 30, 60.
Phenology: Flowering late winter–summer, sporadically later.
Habitat: Pine, oak, and oak-hickory woods, prairies, roadsides, other disturbed areas
Elevation: 0–1200 m
Colo., Fla., N.Mex., Okla., Tex., Mexico (Coahuila)
Variety lineariloba is introduced in Florida.
"dm" is not declared as a valid unit of measurement for this property.